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  1. Living History Days

    Morningside Nature Center is OPEN!!    Living History Days will kick back up in September.  See you then! C’mon home to the Living History Farm and experience a time when the rooster’s crow and the rising sun, not an alarm clock, welcomed a new day! During…

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  2. Union Street Farmers Market at Celebration Pointe

    What to expect…. Enjoy the Union Street Farmers’ Market NOW at Celebration Pointe! Every Wednesday afternoon – rain or shine. Approximately 40 vendors selling conventional, hydroponic, and organic seasonal produce, plants, honey, fruits, baked good, free-range meats, seafood, as well as vegan and other types of prepared foods…

  3. CMC Thursday Night Poetry Jam

    Gainesville’s longest-running open mic poetry reading–25 years and counting. All styles invited–from Beat to Baroque, formal to freestyle, spoken word to academic, and everything in between. All forms of word-based art welcome: poetry of every possible sort, short prose, miniature theatrical pieces, word-centered performance art,…

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  4. 352Creates: Create in Place

    Join 352Creates to help demonstrate that creativity can engage and promote healthy communities. You are invited to be part of the Create in Place movement — the second Friday of every month. Make a craft, cook a meal, record a song or do whatever it…

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  5. Scott Wilson | Jazz on the Green Series

    4949 Celebration Pointe Ave., Gainesville, FL 32608 The Second Saturday of Every Month – 7 PM to 9 PM If you enjoy Jazz you will love this series!  Bring your lawn chair, enjoy the open air show in the cool of the evening!    

  6. Keynote Speaker Professor/Author Robin Wall Kimmerer

    The Florida Museum of Natural History and Alachua County Library District will host “NEA Big Read Keynote: Robin Wall Kimmerer” March 18 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Hear from the decorated professor and award-winning author of “Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge and the Teachings…

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  7. Carillon Recital

    The Sunday Afternoon Concert Series offers listeners the chance to hear the UF Carillon performed in a 50-minute recital. Programs are distributed at the south base of the tower and listeners are encouraged to find a location at least 100 feet from the tower for…

  8. Children’s Book Discussion

    Hosted by Florida Museum and Alachua County Library District The Florida Museum of Natural History and Alachua County Library District will host “NEA Big Read Children’s Book Meetup: Finding Wonders” March 27 from 10 to 11 a.m. In this FREE virtual book discussion, library staff…

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